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Organize your email with folders and rules in Outlook
Overwhelmed by your inbox? Learn how to use folders and rules to make it more manageable.
I get really overwhelmed with all the things you can do with Outlook. I would like to see instructions broken down more so I could learn more about how to use it
Outlook folders, friend or foe?
Building folders within Outlook and creating rules to automate where your emails land always sparks a love hate conversation. My relationship started cold and warmed up quickly as I had to become best friends with Outlook during my time in a Business Administrator role here at Microsoft and I'm curious to know how you all feel about it! Love? Hate? Or the perfect excuse as to why you didn't catch someone's email :)
OneNote/Outlook A Great Combination
I was paying my bills this morning and realized what a time saver the combination of Outlook 365 and OneNote 365 was to me, and I wondered why OneNote isn't often discussed in here. I love OneNote, and quite frankly I realized this morning that without it, I would be back to using my slide rule and a 3" pocket notebook. One of the feature I like most about OneNote is the ability to be able to send an email I received from Outlook directly to a page in OneNote. It's simple and a real time saver. Here's how it works, From Outlook 365, both Web and Desktop open an email, on the web version in the upper right corner click on the ellipsis and choose OneNote, that will open a new window with OneNote, and from there follow along to where you want to place the email. In Outlook 365 Desktop which is what I personally use, it's pretty straight forward as well. Open an email, then on the tool bar in the Move section you will see the OneNote Icon. Click on that and it will bring up your OneNote workbook and you can choose where you want the email to go. I take it one step further in that when I get an email confirming a purchase with a warranty I create and name a page, in a specific notebook, before I send the email to it, and that page will show up on the list when you click the OneNote icon.
How do you stay focused when working from home?
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Simplify your email with the Windows Mail app
Ready to stop signing in to multiple ad-cluttered websites to get your email? Here's how to get started with Mail, a Windows 10 app that combines access to all of your emails, folders and calendars into one convenient and simple app.
App & browser control: Add protection and online security
Use the updated App & browser control settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to configure your Windows Defender SmartScreen. It checks websites and downloads for anything potentially dangerous, such as phishing, malware, viruses, or other online threats. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-stop-security-risks-before-they-happen/YFoZOOmn27g
Essential guide to working from home
Learn about setting up a secure and productive workspace, keeping a daily routine, fixing Wi-Fi and printer issues, and ways to keep the kids entertained.
App & browser control: Stop security risks before they happen
Set protections against online attacks in App & browser control. If you are using Windows 10 May 2020 Update, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-add-protection-and-online-security/4kyb3u8AVpg
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Create a rule based on a message, or from a template. Create a rule on a message Right-click a message and select Rules > Create Rule. Select a condition, and what to do with the message based on the condition.
Right-click a message in your inbox or another email folder and select Rules. Select one of the options. Outlook automatically suggests creating a rule based on the sender and the recipients. To view more options, select Create Rule.
To create a completely new rule, at the top of the page, select Settings> View all Outlook settings> Mail> Rules. Click Add new rule. Every rule needs at least three things: A name, a condition, and an action. Rules can also contain exceptions to conditions.
In the right pane, click Manage Rules & Alerts. In the Rules and Alertsbox, on the Email Rulestab, click New Rule. Under Start from a blank rule, click either Apply rule on messages I receiveor Apply rule on messages I send, and then click Next.